Month: November 2018

Special Event Blog: Let Your Style Run Wild

With the eagerly anticipated Wild Wines at the Little Rock Zoo coming up this weekend boasting two events – the Reserve Room on May 5 and Grand Tasting on May 6 – you may ask, yourself, how can I look like a proper gent yet also embrace the occasion and show off my wild side? Luckily, I’m here to assist you in your hunt for the perfect attire.

Arts Education

The renowned education program of the Arkansas Repertory Theatre is becoming even more exceptional under the leadership of new Director of Education Anna Kimmell. The most immediate and notable innovation is the new education program that transforms the summer-only youth training program into year-round classes, workshops and camps for adults as well.

Global Connections

For nearly a quarter of a century, the Sister City Program between Hanamaki, Japan, and Hot Springs has provided a greater understanding and appreciation between the two similar cities: both enjoy a strong tourism industry, thermal baths sourced from hot springs and beautiful landscapes. With continued success, Mary Neilson is pleased to welcome Japanese rock band Shonen Knife and celebrate the cultural diversity that makes the Sister City Program so unique.

Building Brighter Futures

As the executive vice president and chief financial officer for Life & Specialty Ventures, LLC, Mark Langston ensures the financial strength and stability of USAble Life in Little Rock, which LSV owns. This professional role makes him uniquely qualified to lead ACCESS into an exciting season of growth and celebrated success as the organization continues its renowned comprehensive services along with its role in the community as an advocate for individuals with language and learning disabilities.


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